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argument, gdp rose by barely a percent during that time. isn't much when the economy was growing at a rate like china's, but the u.s. was at the time. they got a boost, but not much of one. ronald raeg's first big tax cut we went into effect, and the economy did surge. economic growth went from 4.9% to north of 8%. year three, not so impressive. look at quarters, there were some drops. for perspective, today, the top marge call taxate is 30%, not like are you at 70 or 90. can a reduction in rates really spur the romney ryan growth? let's let's bring in guests and find out it's true. doug and mark, great to see both of you. doug, the romney/ryan plan will reduce rates like 20%. let's forget the lool hope for a moment. see the top rate go down from 35% to 28%. that's certainly not a drop, like jfk did or romney did. can 35 to 28 spark real gdp growth? >> i think we're in a very different world and quite frankly a better world. the feature they have in common, often not appreciated, these are permanent tax reforms, and they have much bigger impacts. it makes sense. a tax cut for a day, you wo
a million malians from their homes. we noticed a couple of pieces of good news on the u.s. economy. the read was a big jump. hit ago level we haven't seen since september of 2007, before the financial crisis and also, jpmorgan released its quarterly dimon said we believe the housing market has turned the corner. the comments from mr. dimon could be significant. it's been 435 days sibs is country lost its top credit rating. the fourth year running it exceeded the trillion dollar mark. >>> and now, our four story "outfron fourth story. jack kennedy and paul ryan. there are some things that are similar. both young, energetic, vibrant. paul ryan seems to think they have something this common, joe biden though, not so sure. in what you could say say is a vp tradition, this time, the issue was tacks. >> you can cut tax rates by 20% and still preserve these for middle class taxpayers -- >> not mathematically possible. >> it is. it's been done before. >> it has never been done before. >> it's been done a couple of times -- >> it has never -- >> reagan. >> oh, now, you're jack kennedy. >> ronald reag
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. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. >>> just moments ago, president obama admitting this to abc news. >> well, governor romney had a good night. i had a bad night. it's not -- >> how bad? >> well, it's not the first time i've had a bad night, but i think what's important is that the fundamentals of what this race is about haven't changed. >> those are pretty direct admission and it came just hours after the president offered up this explanation. little bit different. for his performance last week. >> you know, the debate i think is fair to say i was just too polite. it's hard to sometimes keep on saying what you're saying isn't true. the good news is that's just the first one. >> the former director of speech for president clinton, ryan. you couldn't even restrain yourself from rolling your eyes there. >> you know, i think that actually it's good for president obama to s
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think? 31% say worse. are they right, are they wrong? >> the economy will be better, but it's a question of how much better. let's not forget obama promised if he enacted his so-called stimulus, by today, the unemployment rate would be down to 5.5%. so, something's gone wrong. if you look at the minneapolis federal reserve website, there's an interactive feature that allows you to look at all the the business cycles since world war ii. it's the worst gdp performance and jobs perform ann of any president. things are getting better, but at such an anemic rate. >> let's move on. go ahead. jump in. >> you know what the problem was with that promise? they should have never made that. promises get people elected. promises get things passed, so now mitt romney says i'm going to create 12 million jobs over four years. 250,000 jobs a month. a ridiculous claim and what does the obama campaign do because morning in america sounds better than evening in america, the obama campaign says there's that's a low bar. we can do that, too. >> briefly here, you mentioned the idea of a conspiracy theory. this
a good job of trying t brain the economy back, trying to get us jobs. could he have done a better job? of course. of course. will he do a better job? i think if he gets four more years, i think he will. >> you know, it's interesting, when people look at you, i don't know what they think. they think a lot of things, okay? because you've got -- you bought the dodgers for a couple billion dollars, theatres, you name it, sports team, tv networks, everything. but a lot of those things and a lot of the wealth you have accumulated would lead a lot of people to say, look, this guy has got to be a republican. >> i know, i know. >> but you're not. >> but i'm not. i know. he's talking about taxing the wealthy, and he's talking about taxing planes. i own a plane. >> that's you. >> i know, i was like, oh, okay. thanks a lot, president obama. but i'm still supporting him. >> i don't know if you heard about the stacy dash incident yet? have you heard about this? >> no. >> obviously those of you familiar with her, you are. she was in the movie "clueless" and "csi." very successful actress. rile read
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